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Solo – Live In New York

CD (Item 527212) Blue Note, 2001 — Condition: Used
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Great work from the always-wonderful Cuban pianist Chucho Valdes – recorded here in solo performance live in New York. As anyone knows who's heard Valdes work over the past 30 years – either with the group Irakere, or with his own smaller combos – Chucho is a master of the keyboard, capable of creating complicated waves of sound and emotion that never fail to swing, even in a spare setting like this. Titles include "A Mi Madre", "Son", "Novia Mia", "Delirio", "El Manicero", and "La Negra Tomasa".  © 1996-2015, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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